It used to be that denim jeans were the classic shade of blue but as they became less utilitarian and more fashionable, the colors began to change. The first change was there were a variety of shades of blue ranging from practically white to super over-dyed dark blue. Eventually there were black as well as white jeans added to the common colors for jeans.
Hints of other colors began creeping in with red being the most popular. In the past few years though colored denim has begun expanding even more and you can find so many different styles of jeans in a wide range of colors.
J Brand is known for having a wide array of colors for their jeans. Expect to see pastel colors like pink, yellow, and blue as well as bright orange, pink, purple, and green jeans. These jeans are perfect to wear year round though the pastel colors are best left to be worn in the warmer months.
You can wear these jeans with a simple black or white top. These colorful jeans are also great to use when wearing a color block look. Wear a pink jean with a purple shirt and blue shoes and be a fashion trendsetter or if you are not as daring go for a less bold color mixes.
Another way to wear colorful denim in a less common way is to buy many of the tie dye denim that are available to buy. This type of jean is less common to find and be seen worn by others but never the less is still an amazing find.
These jeans are often bleached of color all over or just in a certain area and then redyed a color. You can find so many different color combinations as well as ombre dyed jeans like this. Ombre jeans are ones that start of either really light or dark at the top and gradually get either lighter or darker towards to bottoms.
Taking colored denim even a step further you can always try a patterned denim. A floral print denim jean or short is a common pattern seen in 2011. These jeans usually are white with a range of colors making up the flowers. There are plenty of other patterns of colorful denim as well with them rangin from tie dye to polka dots and so much more.
There is no right or wrong color of denim to wear and do not be afraid to take a risk beyond our standard blue jean. A colorful denim really makes your basic run of the mill jean look so different. Also colorful jeans will stand out in the crowd so do not be timid when wearing these jeans.